Air Combat Shooter Last Wings Coming To The PS Vita & PS4 In 2016

Brazilian developer Vertice Games will bring the air combat shooter Last Wings to the PS Vita and PS4 in 2016. The action shooter is also heading to the Xbox One.

Last Wings takes place in an atmosphere of air combat in which your goal is to destroy the opponents aircraft. In addition, you can play on and offline:

  • Multiplayer:
    Exactly what you think! You will have the opportunity to destroy people around the world, including your best friends (lol). You can get in a quick game, in which select a game mode (see below) in specific and you will be inserted into a session to play. You can also create your own session, setting phases, game mode, how many players and if it will be public or private.
  • Singleplayer:
    In this mode you will compete against our IA. You can set the game mode, choose the phases and the difficulty of the bots. Playing single is recommended to train before heading out killing everyone in multiplayer.

Game Modes

  • Score Attack: In this mode, to become the champion you should be the first to kill 20 opponents, but be warned, it’s free for all!
  • Team Attack: Are you good to work on teams? Then you have the chance to fight with some allies against an opposing team. The first team to reach 30 kills, wins the match.
  • Conquest: Attack the enemy base but don’t forget to defend yours. Wins who destroy the enemy base.
  • Hardcore: Similar to Team Attack, but every player has just one life. Are you strong enough to survive?
  • Random: The game will choose of of the 4 game modes randonly at each enf of match.

Last Wings will be released for the PS Vita, PS4 and Xbox One in Q2 2016.

Check out the Last Wings Screenshots:

Check out the Last Wings – Feature Overview Trailer:


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One thought on “Air Combat Shooter Last Wings Coming To The PS Vita & PS4 In 2016

  • April 22, 2016 at 06:18

    Going to get this, as I’m a fan of this genre.
    Too bad this is only a side-scrolling Air shooter, so to speak. I sent an email months ago to Atypical Games about porting their mobile game Sky Gamblers to the Vita, to which they said a straight “no”.
    So I guess I’ll be playing this one, since there’s no other to go with… Oh well.


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